(Ahem, Amy here. I'm so excited to introduce you all to Pamela from The Picky Bookworm with this guest post on favorite blogging tools. Take it away!....) --- All bloggers have their favorite tools. I can’t think of a single blogger you could find who didn’t have a list of at least 4 tools they use, and why. From automation to newsletters, bloggers have been finding ways to make blogging easier for years. I’ve listed my favorite blogging tools below, and I’ll tell ya, they make my job so much easier!
What's it like building an expert 2000+ set after not touching Lego since like...5...? Here's my experience with Lego typewriter as a newbie, including process pics and tips.
We all need a new planner every now and again, right? Here are some of the top planners for creatives, favorites we can all geek out over.
Every year so far I have switched up my planner for something new and shiny. But now, I kinda know why, because science 😉 Here's the details...
If you feel like you're stuck in the wrong place, or living the wrong life, or 20 steps behind where you planned reaching toward that elusive dream....nothing is wasted...
Though my faith is important to me, my work doesn't fit into the rules of that genre. If you've read books from the Christian market, you probably picked up on that 😉 Sorry, but my murderous psychopath protagonist isn't gonna go to church and convert. And yet, you will hear about my faith on my blog and social media if you stick around long enough. Here's why (and it's not some sort of "hide it under a bushel" cheesy answer).
"Nobody buys art because they need it. They buy it because of connection." - Matt Tommey That is the basis of Matt Tommey's marketing approach which I've been learning and applying since I joined the Created to Thrive mentoring program last September.
I outwardly said I didn't want, didn't care about, wasn't interested in. While inwardly, I think a lot of it was actually doubt that I could do it up to my own or anyone else's standards. So I gave up. Until...
It starts with an idea. A spark. Inspiration. Like attending a creative arts conference or a lego art exhibit. That was my summer. Then it's about building in the routine.
Get you a friend as committed as you are. I say that lightly, but sincerely I know that's not an easy thing to come by. But let me tell you: If you do, you become catalysts for each other.